The 2013 Westborough High School Athletic Hall of Fame class will be inducted during a brunch ceremony at 11:30 a.m. in the school cafeteria.
The eight new inductees also will be recognized during halftime of Saturday's Westborough-Groton/Dunstable varsity football game. Kickoff is at 2 p.m.
The inductees are (details from the event program, courtesy of Director of Athletics Johanna DiCarlo):
- Kara Dickman Tassinari (Class of 2003): WHS' first track and field All American. She still holds school records in track and field.
- Jan Gebo (Class of 1966): Football and baseball MVP. He coached WHS' varsity football team for 40 years, retiring in 2012 as the school's longest-tenured football coach, and with most football wins in WHS history.
- Christopher Devaux (Class of 1988): Football and basketball record-holder. He also captained the basketball and baseball teams.
- Jamie Irwin McIntosh (Class of 1992): Captain of the field hockey team. She was integral to the 1990 and 1991 teams, which were district champions and reached the state finals.
- Joseph Nava (Class of 1948): Football standout. He later played semi-pro football in Westborough.
- Dr. Gary Peters, M.D.: Key member of WHS' "Turf's Up" Committee. As president of the Booster Association, he oversaw the construction of Joseph Mewhiney Field and Rangers Plaza.
- John Schaefer (Class of 1991): Football and basketball captain. He was a three-year starter in both sports.
- The 1969 Cross-Country Team: The program won the Southern Worcester County League championship for three straight years (1967 to 1969). This team was undefeated as seniors. The 1969 team included: Bob Andrews, Bill Ainsworth, Wayne Banks, Charles Bellemer, Chris Bogden (captain), Steve Bowman, Tom Brown, Mike Browning, Dennis Callahan, Bill Cove, John Cove, John Duffy, John Hayes, Paul Hogan, John Lawhead, Wayne Lloyd, John Lund, Don Macomber, Mike Marcy, Mike McCarthy, Doug McLay, Rick McShera, Clay Melin, Tom Middleton, Jim Murphy, Mark Seaver, John Thompson, Charlie Turpin, Tom Whittles, managers Russell Hicks and Dan O'Neil, and coach Clark Masters.